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  • Entreprenurse: 30+ Nurses Turn Into Business Owners and Share Their Secrets to Success

    In her new book, Entreprenurse: 30+ Nurses Turn Into Business Owners and Share Their Secrets to Success, Janine Kelbach shares how over 30 entrepreneurial Nurses responded to their own unique, personal and professional challenges to become successful business owners.

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    Entreprenurse includes contributions from 30+ nurses and summarizes more than 15 careers nurses can seek that are away from the bedside ... ranging from creative work to managing a home care business.

    The author, Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB, interviewed over 30 nurses who became business owners. In Entreprenurse, Janine shares how they got started and how anyone with a nursing degree can own his or her own business.

    About the Author, Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB

    Janine Kelbach, RNC-OB, started her nursing career in a community hospital learning the basics of labor and delivery, admitting patients, the normal newborn, and scrubbing in the operating room. She quickly became a breastfeeding resource nurse and certified CPR instructor. In 2007, Janine took a position in a higher acuity facility in the Cleveland, Ohio area. There she worked postpartum and labor and delivery. She became the assistant manager and educated new nurses, developed educational content, and managed other labor and delivery specifications.

    Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OBJanine has worked homecare jobs with high risk pregnant women in the inner city of Cleveland, Ohio, obtained her CCW and decided her life was not worth losing over her work. She has 2 young boys, a husband, 2 cats, and a Great Dane. Writing has always been a passion of hers and launched her career while caring for her grandmother in 2012 ... and never looked back to the streets of Cleveland.

    Today, Janine still works in the hospital part-time as the charge nurse in labor and delivery. She established her own business to be able to be part-time and enjoys watching her boys grow.

    Target Audience  

    Any Nurse interested in starting a business.

    Benefits

    Entreprenurse gives you the step-by-step guidance to starting a business including inspirational tips from other nurses who started their own. This book includes bonus worksheets to fill out as well.

    Table of Contents             

    • Introduction 1
    • Nurse Photographer 4
    • Nurse Writer 8
    • Nurse Content Marketing Strategist 16
    • Nurse Publisher 21
    • Nurses Who Podcast 27
    • Nurse CEU Provider 32
    • Nurse Wellness Coach 36
    • Nurse Business Coach 45
    • Holistic Nurse Practitioner 49
    • Nurse for Travel Medicine 53
    • Nurse Lawyer 57
    • Nurse Consultant 61
    • Lactation Consultant 68
    • Nurse-owned Home Care Business 72
    • Nurse in Real Estate 76
    • Nurse Inventor 81
    • National Nurses in Business Association 86
    • Bonus Chapter 90
    • Goal-setting guide 91
    • Goal-setting — The Worksheet 92
    • Utilize the Hour of Power 93 Hour of Power — The Worksheet 94
    • Self-Care Tips For The Freelancer 95
    • Cold Email Sample 96
    • Cold Email Tracker 97
    • Income Tracker 98   
    • Acknowledgments 100

    Book Details / Specs                

    • Paperback: 110 pages
    • Publisher: Blue Bayou Press, LLC (July 11, 2018)
    • Date of Publication: August 6, 2018
    • Publisher website: bluebayoupress.com
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 1943889104
    • ISBN-13: 978-1943889105
    • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
    • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces

    Formats Available

    Paperback

    eBook via Kindle

    MSRP

    Paperback: $12.99

    eBook: $9.99

    Where Sold

    Amazon.com

    What Comes in the Box

    Paperback Entreprenurse book only and/or eBook delivered to your Kindle or other device.

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